The Bachelor’s degree programme is an academic, artistic three -year undergraduate programme that leads to a bachelor’s degree (BA) in architecture. The programme provides a foundation for further studies on Master’s degree programmes – nationally as well as internationally. The Bachelor’s degree programme can also provide the basis for professional employment.
The aim of the programme is to train bachelors who have basic skills and insights into architecture with the art of building as focal point, but who are also skilled in transforming given conditions and requirements – aesthetic, functional, technical and economic – into architectural form.
During the first academic year of the Bachelor’s Degree Programme (the first and second semesters), our students are given a general introduction to the subject area of architecture and its methods and tools. From the third semester, an increasing degree of complexity is introduced into teaching, and the students develop further the skills they acquired in the course of the first academic year. During the fifth semester, students write their Bachelors project. The sixth, and final, semester of the Bachelor’s Degree Programme is dedicated to internships or exchange programmes.
On the Bachelor’s Degree Programme, the first academic year is primarily taught in Danish. During the second and third academic years, teaching is in both Danish and English. The programme is open to all applicants who meet the Danish language skills requirements.